Crunch time for Thomas Cook after being told to find another £200m – UPDATE

Thomas Cook, one of the world's largest travel companies, may have to go into liquidation if it can't secure a further £200m in funding.
British Airways Boeing 747-400

BA pilots call off strike planned for September 27 to reflect

British Airways' pilots planned strike of September 27 has been postponed for a 'period of reflection'. Is this a stalemate situation?
Virgin Atlantic aircraft

Virgin Atlantic takes on British Airways with 80 new routes at Heathrow

Virgin Atlantic takes on British Airways by expanding its long and short haul flight routes fourfold from London's Heathrow, UK’s only hub airport.

Gatwick Airport plans to make its second runway take off

Gatwick Airport, the UK's second-busiest airport, is preparing a planning application which would make the altered runway fully operational by 2026.

Hotel booking sites ditch pressure selling and misleading discounts

People booking hotels online can now do so with more confidence following a CMA probe of the sector.

Thomas Cook risks collapse as stock dives but there may still be wind beneath its wings

Thomas Cook shareholders are braced for a dive in share value as uncertainty over summer travel bookings increases. But there may still be reasons for hope.

BA cancels flights on 27 September two weeks ahead of pilot strike

British Airways are telling customers due to fly on 27th September that their flights are cancelled due to a strike by their pilots.

Heathrow Airport: Climate change protesters to disrupt flights with drones UPDATE

London's Heathrow airport is the venue of a planned protest tomorrow Friday 13 September by climate change activists Heathrow Pause - a branch of the Extinction Rebellion movement. Could this affect you?
Flying assured between EU and UK until October 2020

EU gives flying assurances in the event of a No-Deal Brexit until October 2020

ABTA welcomes the European Commission’s decision to extend its no-deal Brexit contingency plans for aviation a further 6 months.
Prince Harry - sustainable travel

Prince Harry launches initiative to make travel more sustainable

Prince Harry's initiative to make the travel sector more sustainable is backed by major industry brands including Booking.com, Skyscanner and TripAdvisor.

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